FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,2005
■ The Arts Center in Carrboro
will host Stephanie Miller of the
radio show “Talk on the Left” from
9 a.m. to noon today. Admission is
■ A teach-in called “Gulf Wars:
Death and Devastation in Iraq and
New Orleans," will be held from
noon to 2 p.m. today in room 103
of the Sonja Haynes Stone Center.
This event is sponsored by the
UNC Progressive Faculty Network
and UNC’s Campaign to End the
Cycle of Violence and will feature
Medea Benjamin, co-founder of
■ The UNC Dance Marathon
now is accepting applications for
committee members. Applications
are due by 3 p.m. today. Go to www.
uncmarathon.org to download the
form and to learn more about the
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Swing & Shag Dance Party
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Sbagf lesson at 6:30
$5 in advance
(sold at Union Box Office)
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Co-Sponsord by UNC & Duke Ballroom Dance Clubs
Funded for by Robertson Scholars Program
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■ The UNC Red Cross Club
will be collecting donations from 5
p.m. to 8 p.m. today at the Tar Heel
Sports Marketing Carnival.
■ The N.C. Peace & Justice
Coalition and UNC’s Campaign to
End the Cycle of Violence will hold
a fundraising event from 8 p.m. to
10:30 p.m. today at the Carrboro
Arts Center. The anti-war event
will feature Medea Benjamin of
Code Pink. Tickets are sl2 for
adults and $5 for students. For
more information, go to http://
■ The directors of the docu
mentary “Occupation: Dreamland”
will be on campus for a conference
on media and film, which begins
at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in 116
■ WCOM Carrboro Community
Radio will hold a yard sale to ben
efit WCOM 103.5 beginning at 8
p.m. Saturday at 201N. Greensboro
St. Bring prepriced items to the
station from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
today. For more information, go to
or tune in to 103.5 FM.
■ The No. 3-ranked North
Carolina field hockey team takes
on No. 9 Old Dominion at 1 p.m.
Saturday at Henry Stadium.
■ Ronald K. Brown and his dance
company, Evidence, will appear at
8 p.m. Saturday in Memorial Hall
as part of the 2005-06 Carolina
Performing Arts Series.
■ The Organization for African
Students’ Interests and Solidarity
will hold a general body meeting at
7 p.m. Saturday in the Carmichael
Fish Bowl. For more information,
■ The Chapel Hill-Carrboro
Chamber of Commerce and
■ Assault by strangulation
on a female was reported late
Wednesday night, according to
Chapel Hill police reports.
Reports state that the subject
allegedly placed his knees on the
victim’s chest, using his arms to try
to strangle her.
Chapel Hill Police Department
spokeswoman Jane Cousins said
the subject left the scene, and
the victim called police. Minor
injuries were sustained, reports
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Sun Trust Mortgage will host a
block party and pep rally to cel
ebrate Saturday’s football tonight
from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Courtyard
by Marriott Hotel, on N.C. 54
across from Meadowmont, featur
ing Coach John Bunting and the
UNC cheerleaders and pep band.
■ The No. 2 North Carolina
men’s soccer team will battle Old
Dominion on Sunday at 2 p.m. at
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■ A Durham man was
arrested on a charge of driv
ing while impaired and driving
with a revoked driver’s license,
according to Chapel Hill police
Ronald Scott Rhoton, also
known as Snipes, Donald Ray and
Scottie, was arrested at about 2
a.m. Thursday at 500 Umstead
Drive, reports state.
According to reports, Rhoton
refused to take the Intoxilyzer
test. He was released on a writ-
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and Land Trust answers questions from Whole Foods
shopper Eleanor Levinson (right) about a raffle fund
raiser Thursday at the store. Money from the $5 tickets, sold
online at www.ochlt.org, will go toward affordable housing.
ten promise to appear in district
criminal court in Chapel Hill on
■ A Carrboro man was arrested
on misdemeanor charges of driv
ing while impaired and not having
an operator’s license at about mid
night Tuesday, according to Chapel
Hill police reports.
Police reports state that
Armando Aguilar Resendiz, of
1306 J 6 Estes Drive Extension,
was arrested at the corner of U.S.
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According to reports, police
saw Resendiz driving on the side
walk. He did not yield for lights
and sirens. He was swerving and
ran a red light, according to police
Resendiz registered a .24 on the
Intoxilyzer test, reports state.
According to police reports,
he was confined in the Orange
County Jail on a S2OO secured
bond and was to appear in court